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Vintage articles and footage from the science fiction archives.

Edward German2 months ago
'Perry Rhodan'
Perry Rhodan is a science fiction pulp hero created by K. H. Scheer and Walter Ernsting who were German science fiction authors. The first story was published in 1961 in a digest format consisting of ...
Crow Zing 9 months ago
The Unseeing Boy
Blind to the depth of the ocean Where secrecy seeks home Unknown to his boyish insouciance eyes The Unseeing boy drowned to the depth of his demise. Bubbles pumped through his nostrils As he let go hi...
Tom Chapman10 months ago
'Metropolis' Turns 90: Rare Behind The Scenes Photos Show The Science Behind Science-Fiction
Since in 2017 we are used to Jon Watts giving us moving Spidey eyes, or Gareth Edwards CGI'ing Peter Cushing's face onto a Holby City actor, it is easy to see how we take the advances in modern cinema...
Riley Reesea year ago
Best Arthur C. Clarke Books
Arthur C. Clarke is considered to be one of the greatest sci-fi writers who has ever lived. His works are known for having rich plots, filled with emotion, and pulling audiences into a world unlike an...
Katie Marchbanka year ago
Best Ray Bradbury Books
If you didn't have to read one of Ray Bradbury's books in high school, who were you? Whether it was in an English class or for summer reading, most students have had to pick up one of this author's no...
Justin Maurya year ago
The Entire Run Of Star Wars Comics Is Available Online For Free
40 years ago, one of the most amazing sci-fi comic book collections ever made debuted. Based off of the smash hit movie, the first round Star Wars comics first hit store shelves in July of 1977. They ...
Matthew Kresala year ago
Jurgens, Von Braun, & 'I Aim At The Stars'
For those of a certain age or with an interest in the history of space exploration, the name of Wernher Von Braun will be a familiar one. Von Braun was one of the fathers of NASA's rocket program, the...
Jeremy Frommera year ago
Most Famous Authors Who Published in Omni Magazine
From 1978 to 1998, OMNI Magazine released countless articles about then-cutting edge science and society, making it one of the most prominent science-related products on the market. Bob Guccione's pro...
Ray Shikinamia year ago
Top 70s Sci-Fi Cult Classic Movies
Bored of watching modern day rom-coms and mainstream plots? You might want to put on some sci-fi cult classics from the 1980s. Audiences back them seemed open to some pretty far-out movies, and some s...
Best Sci-Fi Cult Classics of All Time
Most people are familiar with the greatest films in the science fiction genre, but you might be hard-pressed to name any of the best sci-fi cult classics of all time. You may ask "what differentiates ...
A Short Bit: Graverobbing From Who?
Eighteenth and Nineteenth century grave robbers had several nicknames assigned to them by the public, who was aware of the practice of grave robbing,including “night doctors,” “Sack-em-up men,” and “b...
Matt Catesa year ago
Are These The Most Underrated Science Fiction Books or Not?
We always root for the underdog, if we ever see one. But how can you cheer them on if you've never heard of 'em? That's why--voilà!--our latest list of underrated sci-fi-related things--in this case, ...
Matthew Kresala year ago
The Fire Next Time
Climate change has hit the headlines again in the last few days with the decision made by the current administration to withdraw from the Paris Accords. There's been all the usual discussions: should ...
Nick Browna year ago
Rewatching... Doctor Who: The Evil Of The Daleks - Part 2
Saturday 27 May 1967 "You seem to be well acquainted with the creatures." Best incidental music so far! There hasn't been a score like this before. We've had lots of specially composed music of course...
Nick Browna year ago
Rewatching... Doctor Who: The Evil Of The Daleks - Part 1
Saturday 20 May 1967 "The Doctor is notoriously unpunctual." ​I love this episode. I like most episode ones in fact. I like the way they draw you in, especially if there's a good mystery to start the ...
Edward Germana year ago
'UFO and Outer Space' Comic Book
When I was growing up in the 70's, I did read a variety of comic books. Everything from the super hero to TV and movie tie-ins, and anthology series. One anthology series stood out and was a favorite ...
Matthew Lovetta year ago
The Man They Called Gallows
Of all the men on this red moon, nobody ever put the fear of God into a man’s heart quite so much as him. The man they called Gallows Sullivan. Gallows and his hardcase coyotes would ride all over San...
George Gotta year ago
Reviewing 'Art, Collectibles, Decor and More' OMNI Auction
The iconic OMNI magazine has been out of print for over 25 years, yet to this day readers are still intrigued by the science fiction magazine's allure, pioneering expertise, and captivating ideas of f...